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He said that conceptual art, sometimes simply called conceptualism, is art in which the concepts or ideas involved in the work take precedence over traditional aesthetic and material concerns.
He said that when an artist uses a conceptual form of art, it means that all of the planning and decisions are made beforehand and the execution is a perfunctory affair.
When fully implemented, the conceptual monitoring plan will provide EPA, state, local governments and tribes a robust set of scientific data about water quality in the rivers and will help to explain the fluctuations over time and location based on seasonal factors that influence river flow, such as precipitation and snow melt.
1 Conceptual level and semantic level in Stekauer's onomasiological approach
Remarkably, George Maciunas, independently and at virtually the same time, launches Fluxus; the group pursues a revived Dada ethos grafted onto an avowed LEF-inspired praxis, and their readymade, deskilling principles are a strong influence for later Conceptual artists.
Previous research has shown that students often separate conceptual and quantitative knowledge rather than integrating it (Hammer 1989).
For additional background information, you can read "Why We Need a Conceptual Framework for Managerial Costing" in the October 2011 issue of Strategic Finance.
Salomone (1993) noted that many writers, including academicians, do not appreciate the important differences between a literature review (even an integrated literature review) and a conceptual article.
Conceptual art is a challenge both to common notions of what art is, and to the question how art is to be defined, if it can be defined.
A semantic map is a representation of a multifunctionality pattern attested in a particular language whereby the same linguistic form is used in different contexts to express a range of different conceptual situations.
The title of the show, "The world is full of objects"--a reference to Douglas Huebler's ironic 1969 statement "The world is full of objects, more or less interesting; I do not wish to add any more," which Springfield rendered from Ursula Meyer's Conceptual Art, 1972--belies her interest in making drawings.
The conceptual age is characterised by people engaged in and making their living from many forms of creativity, cultural pursuits and the caring professions, all of which emphasise the right brain and depend on empathy to sense and make connections: social and ecological, intellectual and emotional.

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